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. not only has he helped transform venezuela, but his impact on latin america has been significant. it speaks to his impact and latin america. i think it has been significant in terms of the creation of a series of forums. in terms of maduro and cabello, they have to size the company to other to an important extent. maduro comes out of the social movement, a student leader, the union leader. he has been in the national assembly and helped draft the constitution. cabello comes out of the traditionalists. you have had a progressive military dating back to the 1950's and 1970's who have taken sides with social movements. both of them in many ways complement each other in projecting future chÁvez movement in venezuela. >> and the importance of what happens in venezuela, the people forget that venezuela has the largest proven oil reserves in the world, > even saudi arabia. therefore, it has an enormous impact on oil politics across the planet. could you talk about that and how hugo chÁvez used that will lead to further social lance his revolution? >> everything back where venezuela was before 19
and colleges. so for latinos, whose life is turned upside down by our own government actions and latin america that many times we are unaware of, what happens is there is this tremendous disconnect. i believe this is one of the reasons why some to the big rhetoric about immigrants takes hold in our country because we don't know. so here is junot diaz whose life is completely changed because of our actions, yet all of us as american citizens, no nothing of what we did in the dominican republic. i think that is one of the key parts of this dilma. >> the significance of the invasion of 1965? >> i think that sent a message throughout latin america and that timeframe with the united states coming out of the kennedy era, the alliance for progress era, that the united states now was the enemy of change because, obviously, juan bosch was not a revolutionary by any stretch of the imagination. he was a liberal democrat who wanted to have land reform and wanted to have basic changes in the lives of the dominican people. so when the u.s. government basically pack the coup against him, isn't the message th
for latin america and caribbean to work together. host country chile also says developing closer ties to the european union would benefit both sides. >> europe's higher level of development can be a huge boon to latin america, and latin america can help european countries and companies. >> there's pressure on europeans to ensure that deals are socially and ecologically responsible. >> i know this is a very important summit, particularly because there are big issues around sustainable development, economic growth. >> the latin american and caribbean countries came to present a road map for future cooperation. many are pushing for agreement but will also provide protection for indigenous peoples and environmental safeguards and help produce income inequality in the region. >> latin america wants more balance to relations, and it wants to be part of the solution of the problem. in santiago, the european union has to find answers to this. >> the people of the czech republic have been going to the polls today for the second round of a presidential election. it is the first time the citizen
their origins not to europe, but to latin america. >> we all have the same potential. >> america has always been a nation in the process of change is in immigrant nation. >> an excerpt of "harvest of empire" premiering this week based on the book "harvest of empire: history of latinos in america" by the award winning journalist and "democracy now!" co-host juan gonzÁlez. he is author of three other books including "news for all the people." he is founder and past president of the national association of hispanic journalists. we're very pleased that he is with us here in the new york studio, not in his usual guest chair -- not in his usual host chair, but as a guest along with the film's co-director. we welcome you both. >> this is a different perspective. you wrote this book years ago and it came out again updated. now it is aa film. >> the producers came to me several years ago. they've been working on this film for about seven years now. they came to me several years ago that they really were excited about the perspective that my book was putting out. my book came out in 1999 initially. i thi
the superpower and to make alliances with enemies of the united states to try to bring latin america together. what we see in latin america is a very fragmented region. >> he has shown opposition to the u.s.. >> that is a significant change, latin america is more confident, independent. they just contributed to that. >> hundreds of thousands of supporters rallied today, the first such gathering since day ousted forces 5 1/2 years ago. we have this report. >> tens of thousands of supporters came for the unprecedented rally in the heart of the city. it has been years since anything like this was allowed to be staged, some injured in the crush. they traveled for the first time since they were violently ousted in 2007. addressing the crowd through a video link, the president said there could be no substitute for national unity. >> we should work together in unity to reach the national goals and reach a victory. >> status for the palestinian authority, they say reconciliation is essential. the goal of a palestinian state is to be realized. since the recent conflict between israel and her boss, the
policy experts. i tsl assigned to a tree and a senior fellow at the washington office on latin america. without further ado, i want to hand it over to the panel. [applause] >> thank you so much for coming out here. i'm really excited to be in new york. i'm going to start off by talking about my book and number go into a little bit about which focuses on cocoa and cocoa powder to see and with its going on at the u.n. and in the history of the tree that prohibits coca around the world. my book started out as a children book. it started as a follow through children's book i did about marijuana in 2004, 2005. it was in a book about teaching kids how to smoke weed, but an educational book about how they might talk to their kids about a difficult subject with him i don't run into. so that's where the format is an illustrated picture book for kids. as i got into the subject and started looking into train, which is relevant to some children's lives. their children but pickett, families involved in the oppressive policies to eradicate coca and it's a social or cultural issue. as i got deeper in
, casting himself as the leader of a new form of socialism for all of latin america. his aggressive foreign policy toward latin america and its allies like columbia has fostered regional pride and assertiveness across latin america. >> if the yankee imperialists promoted and armed aggression against venezuela, i updated it from colombian territory or from wherever, we would simply suspend oil deliveries to the united states. we would do that even if we have to eat stones. than not oil plays a key role in venezuelas foreign policy. chavez maintains a close strategic relationship with his neighbors and is hailed as a benefactor by the countries to which he sells oil at discount rates. problems remain on the domestic front. venezuela still imports more than 2/3 of the foodstuffs it requires. in 2011, inflation was at 27%, and the country's foreign debt has risen from $35 billion in 2002 to more than $66 billion today. after his latest election -- reelection, hugo chavez vowed to continue his socialist revolution, but it is uncertain weather his health will allow him to return to office. >> for
, fidel castro, casting himself as the leader of a new form of socialism for all of latin america. his aggressive foreign policy toward latin america and its allies like columbia has fostered regional pride and assertiveness across latin america. >> if the yankee imperialists promoted and armed aggression against venezuela, i updated it from colombian territory or from wherever, we would simply suspend oil deliveries to the united states. we would do that even if we have to eat stones. than not oil plays a key role in venezuelas foreign policy. chavez maintains a close strategic relationship with his neighbors and is hailed as a benefactor by the countries to which he sells oil at discount rates. problems remain on the domestic front. venezuela still imports more than 2/3 of the foodstuffs it requires. in 2011, inflation was at 27%, and the country's foreign debt has risen from $35 billion in 2002 to more than $66 billion today. after his latest election -- reelection, hugo chavez vowed to continue his socialist revolution, but it is uncertain weather his health will allow him to retur
particularly from latin america which has borne the cost of the u.s. war on drugs. increasingly, officials are saying why are we implementing these policies that have made things much worse in our countries in order for u.s. consumers to have less drugs available to them? that just doesn't make sense. so for the first time you have sitting presidents as opposed to ex-presidents like santos in colombia -- [inaudible] in guatemala who are calling for a serious debate on drug policy reform. there have been a series of initiatives that we can go into detail on in the discussion period that are coming from the region. but most significantly at the request of mexico, colombia and guatemala ecosock, the u.n.'s ecosock has just approved the holding of a u.n. special session, u.n. general assembly special session on drugs which will take place a few years from now, 2016, but will provide the next really serious opportunity for convention reform. who knows what will happen. it's too far out. but there is clearly a move for change in the region, and that's why the u.s. government is so nervous. thank
's in 2011, 57% of new immigrants were from yaish compared to 22% from latin america that. is a shift from a decade ago when 37% were from asia, and 42% from latin america. primarily, mexico. >> next time you check a restaurant review on ayelp something new may pop up. the service says the ratings from the san francisco health department. users can see what score they got and what violations are on record. programmers worked with the health department to get it activated. >> you would have known where to seek information out. and now that audience will be able to access the information quickly. >> san francisco is the first city in the country to list ratings, new york going on line soon from what we understand. >> a major airline made a second attempt to raise air fare autos there is a warning about thieves stealing your gift cards. >> if first you don't suck side, try, try again. united tried to raise ticket prisz for the second time this year. first attempt on january 3 when they were paid up to $5 each way. other carrier dz not follow suit. united brought it fares back down, well, toda
, latin america. it has had an impact in countries we do not know enough about. we're doing a project with six editors in latin america to look at how wikileaks has played a role in their politics. >> the media got distracted by the personality issues with julian assange. it is a fascinating, dark, twisted story, whatever is true. " people got obsessed with it. >> that is what happens. >> we have a cover story on the kim kardashian wedding now. [laughter] >> you have to pay the bills. the serious side of kim kardashian. >> i do think it is a problem. we are undertaking a project next year, the kind of project inspired by the works project to have the team across the country of writers, artists, documentarians, photographers to document poverty in this country. it is the 40th anniversary of the book "the other america." we have this human-resources, people who want to do the project. they can do it in a way to tell the human stories. human stories are key. we can use the human stories to tell the story about the structural problems of poverty in the country so it has more than just a h
. they have that biotech corn seed which is doing very well in latin america. what do you like in the charts? > > just about everything. you talk about blow-out earnings here. the street number was 37¢ a share. there was a whisper number at 39¢. they come in at 62¢, with great guidance. the product that you talked about in latin america, gangbusters. it is going phenomenally. this chart has been just on a steady upward climb, and there is just no reason to think that it is going to pull back whatsoever. going into earnings, there was an expected move of about $2.50 a share, based on that option volatility and where the front- month options were trading. the stock opened up yesterday almost up $4, settled into about that $2.50 range. but i want to keep something in mind that is really interesting. 75% of the time monsanto has beaten the whisper number, which they did this time. 50% of that time - so we're looking at basically 37-38% of the time - monsanto was up 8-9% in the 30 days following their earnings report. > it sounds like this is a stock that people might want to actually own long
to the slaves to latin america. arrived with the knowledge that issue by the missionaries. they adopted issue of the dat. the christians who wanted them to come for. they became the symbol and latin america. in fact, it would back in certain parts of brazil, you find the issue has even been elevated to the supreme dat, simply because that was the symbol that was there, the protagonists for freedom. and so we find the transportation of deity across the atlantic, certainly a dat became not only the symbol of resistance in the new world, but the supreme dat in certain parts of brazil. on the contrary, the heartland in brazil and you go to the shower trying, the hairy key is quite plain. now consider today and africa, and this goes back a couple of centuries. imagine that today to be a follower of the religion is virtually to earn the death sentence in certain parts of nigeria. christians also earned the death sentence in certain parts of nigeria and christians respond in kind and set upon the muslim colleagues, usually in reprisal. but the level of intolerance based on ignorance has reached such
% of immigrants coming to the state were from latin america, 37 from asia. a decade later, 57% from asia, more than two times the 22% that come from latin america. >>> well, it's green and a bit extreme. a new garbage collection program may be in store for palo alto, with fewer bins and more sorting for residents. cbs 5 reporter elissa harrington explains how it all works. >> reporter: it's garbage day in this palo alto neighborhood. in front of every house, these three bins. the blue bin for recyclables, green for garden trimmings and black for waste. but taking out the trash in this city could soon change. assistant public works director tells us about a pilot program voted on by the city council and starting in april. it will eliminate the black garbage can. >> trying to head towards zero waste. >> reporter: compostable items will be mixed two in this two- bin system. >> on a pilot basis, we'll have residents bag their kitchen scraps and put them in with the yard trimmings in their green cart. >> reporter: everything else will go in the blue cart. there
, that because the eurozone was made up of so-called developed countries unlike latin america in the '80s and '90s and asia and the asian financial crisis in the late 1990s that any of the lessons that a lot of people in this audience learned, you know, from those two crises and other ones in turkey and i could run on, east and central europe, were not valid for them because they were so-called developed economies. and so what i thought i would do here is just run through some of the lessons that we learned there that i think, unfortunately, should have been looked at by the europeans. and they're only now starting to realize that they could have cut down this present negative situation because, let's face it, europe as a whole -- with a few exceptions -- is in either recession or stagnation. first, each cup is unique and -- each country is unique, and a cookie cutterrer or approach does not work. this is something they didn't want to see, obviously. greece got into a situation by a long time mismanagement on the fiscal side and dragged the banks in. in the case of ireland, it was the banks that
have a history of that in latin america, obviously, with peron and around gene teen that which is still under that flag today. so the question is whether the institutions and the way that the chavez government has dominated and, if you will, corrupted the independence of the institutions will last past chavez. and in the short term, it's clear that they will. even if we went to an election f they declare chavez dies tomorrow -- which there's some rumor that they would do that actually going around now -- but if chavez were to be declared dead and they called an election within 30 days and the opposition won beating a sympathy vote for the chavez candidate which is difficult after what we saw on december 16th in the governor elections that we just talked about, chavez has 20 of the 23 governors. eleven of those 20 governors that were won by the chavez party are former military officials including four ministers of defense who are now governors of their respective states. several of them are on the office of the foreign assets control drug kingpin list payoff their or work with the farc.
asia. 22 percent were from latin america. that is a dramatic shift from a decade ago when 42 percent of california immigrants came from latin america and 37 percent came from asia. the drop in immigration from latin america is partly tied to the tough committee and the demand if more highly educated workers. >> and a lot of the jobs are high-tech-related. >> with the traffic and weather next on abc7 morning news and a live look outside at a shaky look at the bay bridge where we still have some problems. big delays. sue will cover that next. >> also, two -- too hot to scare, the heat scare during the middle of the australian so if you have a flat tire, dead battery, need a tow or lock your keys in the car, geico's emergency roadside assistance is there 24/7. oh dear, i got a flat tire. hmmm. uh... yeah, can you find a take where it's a bit more dramatic on that last line, yeah? yeah i got it right here. someone help me!!! i have a flat tire!!! well it's good... good for me. what do you think? geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >> welcome ba
of the united states to try to bring latin america together. what we see in latin america is a very fragmented region. >> he has shown opposition to the u.s.. >> that is a significant change, latin america is more confident, independent. they just contributed to that. >> hundreds of thousands of supporters rallied today the first such gathering since day ousted forces 5 1/2 years ago. we have this report. >> tens of thousands of supporters came for the unprecedented rally in the heart of the city. it has been years since anything like this was allowed to be staged, some injured in the crush. they traveled for the first time since they were violently ousted in 2007. addressing the crowd through a video link, the president said there could be no substitute for national unity. >> we should work together in unity to reach the national goals and reach a victory. >> status for the palestinian authority, they say reconciliation is essential. the goal of a palestinian state is to be realized. since the recent conflict between israel and her boss there has been allegiances revealed between the factions
congestion ahead of the world cup. this is to create the highest number of bicycle lanes in all of latin america. >> rio is famous for its natural beauty. and it's carnival. but now it is also on a roll as it gears up to become the most bicycle from a city. they have 180 kilometers in bicycle lanes. 12,000 cyclists kicked off the ride. >> many people say this is not europe but this is the same planet. the way humans take on challenges is the same. >> drexel has had stomachs -- has had some success. rio is trying to put on a sustainable and eco friendly face. a group of activists to the street. among them, those who drive run on four wheels. we can have a distance of 1.5 meters between bikes and cars. we're demanding what is already or right by law. >> the lanes reflect reality. you find well planned lanes in the better areas. in the poorer areas, the lack of cycle infrastructure is obvious. at least and this is exceptional. the goals of the committee and their officials appear to be heading in the same direction. >> swarms of jellyfish are plaguing the coastline. the surface of the water
is latin america. just this week the mexican stock market hit an all-time high. the latin america market for coke is bigger than the united states, twice as big as europe. between these two companies you want to bet on latin america and coke, not europe and mcdonald's. >> well, i'll tell you, the entire trend and industry is moving away from the sugary drinks, and you saw that beverage sales in the u.s. were down 2.8% last year. we need to start moving towards the healthier drinks. that's what the consumer wants. now mcdonald's, albeit not the healthiest restaurant, but look what they are doing. they already were in the business of soft drinks. now they are moving. mr. fields, when he stepped down, he was an innovator and kept bringing new products to market and that's what mcdonald's is doing. 2013 is full of new products and it's the new products that will take the chart higher. >> you're right about the developed world and the u.s. but that's not true in latin america, betting on the thirsty mexican consumer and against mayor bloomberg. >> two consumer giants there. two of our favorit
to issue when he moved with the sleeves to latin america. having arrived with the issue, feared by the christian missionaries, the slaves adopted this as their patron deity. just to scare the christians who wanted them to convert. it became the cymbal of resistance in latin america and in the americas. in fact, it went beyond that. in certain parts of brazil, for instance, that part of brazil has been elevated to the supreme deity simply because that was a cymbal that was there, protagonist for freedom. you find the transposition of deity across the atlantic, how not minor, but junior deity became not only the symbol of resist tense, but the supreme deity in certain parts of brazil for instance. on the con tear -- on trair if -- on the contrary, if you go to a shrine, the hierarchy is plane, but in certain other parts, the issue became the supreme deity. now, consider today, the history of missionaries in africa, in the world especially, and this goes back a couple centuries. imagine that today, to be a follower of the religion is virtually to earn the death sentence in certain
more policy impetus behind them. >> tom: you mentioned latin-america. within latin-america, brazil has been a big engine for a long, long time. and we've seen chile come along recently. argentina, not so much. is there an area that you like specifically? >> i do like brazil because it is an economy that has been actually a little bit down, and i think it's starting to look a little brighter there. but what i really like on a longer term basis is the potential for change in mexico, for structural change in mexico. they've already moved forward on education reform. penn yetta, the new president is a big proponent of energy reform. mexico has a lot of potential it is not tapping at present. >> tom: we mentioned the price performance that the exchange rate had, outperformed the united states, and you think it can still continue to build on those gains. >> i think the u.s. needs to be there for mexico to outperform. as long as the u.s. economy keeps growing, mexico should keep growing. >> tom: so it is really the united states helping to pull mexico up? >> and mexican labor costs, when you
was the paramount symbol of resistance of latin america. in certain parts of brazil you would find teeeighteen was elevated to the supreme deity simply because that was the symbol that was there, the protagonist for freedom. looking the transposition of deities across the semantic now not only was the symbol of resistance in the new world, but the supreme deity in certain parts of brazil. on the contrary to go to the heartland of brazil, the hierarchy is plain. but in others it eshoo is the supreme deity. this is the history of africa and it goes back a couple of centuries. but today, to be a follower of the religion is to earn a death sentence in certain parts of nigeria. and of course, christians respond in kind with their colleagues in reprisal. put that level of intolerance based on ignorance has raised that such a pitch that if you open the papers at any time in nigeria of the church has been burned down, worshipers machine gunned, a mosque was burned down and worshipers were bombed out of existence. even within the muslim religion there are different grades of purity. one side considers
. by contrast, look at what happened to issue when he moved with slaves to latin america. [inaudible] arrived with the knowledge that issue was feared by the christian missionaries. the slaves adopted issue as their patron deity. just to scare the christians who wanted them to convert. issue became the paramount symbol of resistance in latin america and the americas. in fact, it went beyond that. in some parts of brazil, for instance, you find that issue has even been elevated to the supreme deity simply because that was a symbol that was their protagonist for freedom. as we find the transposition of deities across the atlantic not in -- [inaudible] became not only the symbol of resistance in the new world, but the supreme deity in certain parts of brazil, like brasilia, for instance. on the country if you go to b airks r which is the hotland in brazil and you go to a shrine, the hierarchy is quite plain. but in certain other parts issue became the supreme deity. now, consider today -- now, this was the history of the missionaries in africa, and this goes back a couple of centuries -- now, im
. we think of illegal i am grajts the latinos coming from central america, latin america, when in reality 40% of the people that are here illegally came here on a visa. maybe from hong kong, nigeria, new england or poland. they came here and overstayed. we have a bigger problem with those kinds of people representing threats than we have somebody coming up here trying to pick onions. rubio was absolutely right we need tough reforms so we can track people. we have an issue with family reunification. today the president indicated that he wanted to speed up family reunification, that sounds great but remember the family as we define it is not just songs and daughters, mothers and fathers, it's cousins and nieces and uncles andtives. as part of immigration reform we need to control that otherwise we're going to have a continuing problem of lots of people coming here without skills to succeed in the modern society. >> sean: karl rove. thanks for being here. >> thanks for having me. >> sean: a heated debated over the question of amnesty is the president's ultimate goal. then, later.
and many other matters. some have taken notice of his travel to latin america, and some are asking whether a position in the obama administration will be part of his future. please join me in the coming to the national press club, the mayor of los angeles, antonio villaraigosa. [applause] >> thank you, thersa for that introduction, and for inviting me here today at the national press club. before i start, i grew up in a home where we are used to serving ourselves, so whenever i am served, i like to think our servers. if we could give them a big hand, please. [applause] i want to think particularly the members of the press club for this opportunity to speak to you all today. i am truly honored to be here at one of our country's most venerable institutions of in less than six months my final term as mayor of los angeles will come to a close. with each passing week i take another step toward what one would call the transition from who's who to who's he? the sun may be setting on my administration but i am not writing off into the sunset just yet. the agenda is still packed with challenges. ma
strength. it struck me latin america was extremely strong for you this latest quarter. asia. everybody seems to be worried about asia yet you had a decent sales gain in asia as well. >> we did. we had very strong sales in both latin america and asia. you know, we've had tremendous success in the latin america region. we think there's more opportunity there. and in asia, you know, we had all-time high sales in australia, korea, china, india. we also had increased sales in japan, which is our largest market in that reigion of the world. >> talk to me about how you diversified the client base, targeted women or people who traditionally wouldn't be in the market for harley. you've changed the marketing and approach of the company. >> we have. first of all, our core customer, which is that sort of middle aged male. that's a very, very, very important. always has been and continues to be an important customer base for us. but we've made a huge effort to be more inviting to female riders, young riders 18 to 34 and african-american and hispanic riders. you see that not only in our initiatives
culture is spreading. accident rates are dropping in russia, africa, latin america, the caribbean, and asia. despite the dramatic improvement experts say there's danger here. just when you start to think, it can't happen again, is often when you're the most vulnerable. tom cocostello, nbc news, washington. >>> stocks provided many 401(k)s, pensions, and other investors pretty good news last year. despite the bad economic news. traders get the day off but the dow was up 7.3%. the nasdaq up a healthy almost 16%. the s&p 500 had its best finnish three years soaring to over 13%. starting today the minimum wage goes up between 10 and 35 cents an hour for workers in ten states having an impact on the income of about 1 million workers. >>> get ready for groceries to get more expensive this year. if they're not expensive enough, prices are expected to rise. >>> ford can climb to have the best-selling car around the globe with the ford focus claiming the top spot. did not know that. >>> for what it's worth, a few so-called financial experts tell our friends at cnbc apple stock could grow a
on the seceiling that looks like a map of latin america. this is not mexico city where indian families wrapped in newspapers huddel uppered the monument of the revolution. this is not where girls peddle chicklets on street corners no this is lamission. land of palm trees and skyscrapers where there is dollars enough for cell phones, sports cars and [inaudible] by the trunk full. where a suitcase of cocaine is as easy to buy as a broken stemmed rose from his white bucket. how much for that hand full of rose buds? for fingers go up. he makes change for a 20, returns clefrjed winched with b. you tip him a couple of dollars, so what. every love struck couple stairing into each other's eyes. every loner with a half empty beer even a waitress after a shift receives a visit from john nitto. he returns to the faces above the steaming plates before he's out into the neon lit street leaving behind a trail of rose petals bark as sacrificial hearts. thank you. [applause]. >> whenever i had writer's block i do research so i thought i would redo a section which started as writer's block and it took place i
-team, two of whom came from out west to be with us today. the washington office on latin america and not least the donors who made this session possible including peter louis to whom we're very grateful. the reason this is we think a very good moment to nut dialogue on a separate track is that we're in a period on federalism. that's state federal relations the likes of what we have not seen in perhaps since in new deal. we've got a number of hot button issues that are raising fundamental questions. not only issues that are being raised about what the right decision should be but who gets to make the right decision. immigration is one of those where the federal government is asserting that the states need to follow the fed's policy and has had a mixed outcome in the supreme court with that. another is the defensive marriage act, gay marriage where the feds are saying that they must follow a state policy. that's before the supreme court. a third is obama care where the states refuse to follow the federal policy and sued for the right to do that and won a mixed holding from the supr
. >> to some extent compared with the u.s. and europe and also compared with latin america and africa. asia will be the fastest growing economy in the world. >> reporter: in contrast, the japanese economy is showing signs of weakness. the new prime minister sinko abe says he wants to pull the country out of deflation. with the incoming administration, how could japan deal with that? >> i think the monetary policy all has some side effect. i understand. but what you have to recall is that what is the alternative? so bank of japan not just sitting a target but also mobilize all measures, policy measures and in particular, commit yourself to do in that way and to achieve the objective of 2% inflation. we should do anything and whatever amount. >> reporter: turning to china, many economists say the slowdown is the world's second largest economy has bottomed out. he shares that view but he knows that china's economic vitality won't justin long term. >> we expect slow income around 8% growth is quite possible for the chinese economy. but the issue is long term. labor force will soon start to decl
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